Holiday gift guide -- ten at a time
I'll be posting as many holiday gift ideas and resources as I can today. I'll be delivering them in batches of 10, and I'll be mixing local with mail-order, and one-stop shops with blogger's guides. Meanwhile, send me some more ideas.
Friday, December 17th is the last day to order with a guarantee of delivery by Christmas. The Winter Wonderland tin goes for $19.99.
How about a trifle bowl? You could show up at a holiday party with a beautiful holiday trifle and tell your hosts to keep the bowl.
Stocking up on a few of these holiday-appropriate canisters of dark-chocolate covered pretzels strikes me as a good idea for last-minute bringing and giving.
Actually, this site's holiday gift guide is a little clunky, but I liked this featurette on holiday wines for giving and bringing
If your name rhymes with Flike Romipelli, please do not look at the keen gift guide this accessibly slick website put together.
Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs are churning out their holiday gift guide in batches. Caveat: many of their ideas involve work on your part.
The indispensable guide to Howard County dining posted these tips for holiday gifts. I like the idea of a chef's jacket from Sysco Systems.
Reichl has been posting a gift idea a day every day since November 28th. The post for Day 18 is a paella pan. That's a good idea.
Because they're shelf-stable, Tasty Bite's Indian meals ready-to-eat make good gifts for college students (and campers, too). The company knows that, and they have a College Care gift kit on their website.
One-stop shopping for the home Thai cook. I like the idea of the Thai Restaurant Kit, a starter kit of basic ingredients, because I'm the type of guy who will abandon a Thai-cooking hobby if I can't get my hands on one ingredient out of forty.
Baltimore Sun photo/Glenn Fawcett